In 2007, the now tragically overdue singer Chris Cornell seemed on The Howard Stern Show and carried out a haunting acoustic model of his iconic Soundgarden tune “Black Hole Sun”. Before doing so, Cornell shared with host Stern how he wrote the tune. Cornell said that it was once most commonly written in his head whilst riding house.
I used to be in a automotive riding house, like at 4 AM…I attempted to stay it revolving so I wouldn’t overlook. I went inside of and whistled it right into a tape recorder, which I by no means listened again to however simply in case I forgot it. And the subsequent day I wrote out the lyrics – however I did have the lyrical thought at the time.
— Stern Show (@sternshow) October 20, 2018
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